Posted: March 17th, 2022
Sources: A minimum of FIVE outside sources. The texts we read can be used as a source (possibly two if comparing works); the others MUST be scholarly articles from the AC databases.—(no Wikipedia! No random .com sites, no SparkNotes, No OTHER sources accepted)—Recall: Aside from the main text(s), ALL of the sources used for this major essay MUST come from the AC databases. I will NOT accept an essay that does not utilize the minimum required number of sources. Format: Follow MLA standards. Include a meticulously organized Works Cited Page (the last page) listing sources used and in-text citations in the body of the essay that clearly align with sources listed in the Works Cited page. Yes, you are writing about the texts we read, so that means, you will utilize specific textual evidence from those texts. Include the full citation of the play and/or the novel in the Works Cited Page. Due date: See noted date on class calendar Other: Proofread your essay before you submit it. Do not use the words “it,” “things,” or “anything”; these are vague terms, nor “this, that, these, those” unless immediately followed by a noun (or the specific idea in mind). Furthermore, please eliminate fragments, comma splices, run-ons, or subject-verb agreement errors. Consult all the MLA course readings, or see the MLA section in Purdue University Online Writing lab for assistance with the details of MLA citations. This essay is a documented research argument essay
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